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VRI Interpreting – Deaf Perspective$60.00 (member price: $30.00)
Join the conversation with, Jen Blyth and Philip Waters, facilitated by Todd Wright from Convo AU and hosted by ASLIA NSW/ACT. The workshop will cover what makes a successful VRI interpreting experience from a Deaf perspective!
NAATI PD Points 1.4 (10 pts) Date 15/06/2023
Deafblind Interpreting Workshop$30.00
Want to upskill your Deafblind interpreting skills? Then this event is for you! We have four amazing members of the Deafblind community who will lead this workshop.
- Heather Lawson: Facilitator/Haptics
- Michelle Stevens: Tactile
- Rodney Baskett: Tracking
- Jasper Cleland: Tactile Alphabet
NAATI PD Points 1.4 (10 points) Date 13/05/2023
WEBINAR – Fingerspelling in Educational Settings$20.00 (member price: $10.00)
A Deaf student has asked ‘How do I spell…?’ How do we respond?
Can we fingerspell in a spelling test?
Do you wonder whether you’re fingerspelling too much or not enough in the classroom?
Come and discover how fingerspelling can be used to promote a rich bilingual experience for Deaf students in the classroom.
Presentation in English with Auslan interpretation and English captions.
Author/s Interpreting in Educational Settings Sub-committee Revalidation Points 1.4 (10 points) Contact email firstname.lastname@example.org NAATI PD Points 1.4 (10 points)
ASLIAQ 2023 P-Platers April$0.00
P-Platers is back for 2023.
P-Platers is a social group for early career interpreters and soon-to-be NAATI certified provisional interpreters. This is a group for ASLIA members (including associate members) from any ASLIA state Association who:
- have completed their Diploma of Interpreting but are not yet certified, or
- are Certified Provisional Interpreters – CPI and CPDI
P-Platers is about peer social support, shared learning and professional networking opportunities such as:
- Share tips and tricks
- Discuss ethical quandaries
- Learn and benefit from other people’s experiences
- Ask those questions in a safe space
- Meet new people and build your professional networks
- Practice your skills
- Earn NAATI points
Session will be held on April 24th, Zoom 6pm – 7pm AEST
NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).
NAATI PD Points 1.6 (10 points) Date 24/04/2023
2023 ASLIA NSW/ACT AGM$0.00
We are thrilled to extend a warm invitation to all members and stakeholders to our highly anticipated ASLIA NSW/ACT Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Thursday 14th September 2023.
This AGM will be of significant importance as not only will we be reflecting on the year that has been, but members will be asked to vote on special resolutions related to the voluntary cancellation of ASLIA NSW/ACT with NSW Fair Trading. This vote is a required administrative step in the process of moving ASLIA NSW/ACT into the new Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) structure under ASLIA National.
The AGM will provide an exciting opportunity to get an update into the journey that lies ahead. We encourage all members to attend and participate in shaping the future of ASLIA NSW/ACT.
NAATI PD Points 1.6 (10 pts) Date 14/09/2023
EOY Event – Sydney$0.00
NAATI PD Points 1.6 (10 pts) Date 10/12/2022
EOY Event – Central Coast and Newcastle$0.00
NAATI PD Points 1.6 (10 points) Date 03/12/2022
ASLIA Pioneer Interpreters: A time of transition from 1970 – 1990$150.00 (member price: $150.00)
Note: Please only register for this event if you worked as a welfare worker or interpreter in the 70s or 80s.
The “ASLIA Pioneer Interpreters: A time of transition from 1970 – 1990” is a two-day event that will document the evolution of interpreting throughout this period in the late 20th century. Historically, Deaf Society welfare workers had dual roles of welfare worker and interpreter until these roles were separated in the early 1980s, which opened the way to NAATI accredited interpreters. It will include guest presenters, multiple panel sessions as well as time for socialising.
Through the theme, “A time of transition from 1970 -1990”, ASLIA is featuring a retrospective of interpreting within the Australian Deaf community, wider social changes in the 1970s and 1980s, recognition of Auslan (Australian Sign Language), and many of the people “who were working as interpreters” at Deaf Societies and other community organisations supporting the Deaf and wider Australian communities.
The event aims to document some of the stories, experiences, barriers, challenges, and successes of those who interpreted through two decades of great social change. It will provide an opportunity to engage with 1970s and 1980s pioneer interpreters, share knowledge and experience, and collaborate in a collegial environment.
This inaugural ASLIA Pioneer Interpreters event will provide many positive outcomes, and one of the most significant will be the recording of our history. The face-to-face event will be filmed, and a highlights video will be available for purchase at later date.
We are excited to announce our Keynote Speakers are Dr Breda Carty AO, Honorary Professor Trevor Johnston, and Aurélie Sheehan and Jacob Wray from NAATI!Cost: $150 (includes Morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea both days; keynote presentations and panel sessions; opportunities to socialise and network with peers and presenters)Location: John Pierce Centre, 25 – 35 High Street, Prahran VictoriaSponsored by:
NAATI PD Points 1.4 (40 pts) Date 25/02/2023